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ESSEX INSTITUTE 

SPECIAL CATALOGUE, No. l 



BOOKS ON CHINA 



IN THE 



Library of the Essex Institute 



SALEM, MASS 

PRINTED FOR THE ESSEX INSTITUTE 

1895 



printed by Avwakd & Huntress. 

Ube Salem ptcee. 

4 Central St., Salem, Mass. 

1895. 



N O T K. 



THE collection of books on China now in the library of the Essex Institute was made 
by a member of the Institute with the view of confining it to works in the English 
language descriptive of the Chinese empire and its people. Although it has outgrown 
its original scope it is far from being complete in any branch, and is to be considered as 
a nucleus for a more extensive library on the subject of China and the Chinese. The 
publication of this catalogue was undertaken largely with the hope that it might encour- 
age the addition by gift of such books as are needed to make the collection more com- 
plete and useful. This catalogue has been prepared under the direction of the librarian of 
the Salem Public Library and on presentation of a request card from him, the Essex 
Institute will allow patrons of the Public Library to consult these books. 

For the transliteration and translation of titles under the heading" Books in Chinese " 
the compiler is indebted to Prof. Edward 8. Morse and Mr. Bunkio Matsuki. 

The Bulletin of the Salem Public Library for August, 1895 contains a list of the books 
on China, Korea and Japan which are found on the shelves of that library. 

September, 1895. 



BOOKS ON CHINA. 



Synopsis of Arrangement. 



bibliography. 
Periodicals and 

Transactions. 
Exhibitions. 
General Works. 
Embassies. 
Travels. 

Prisoners in China. 

Guide books. 

Maps. 

Photographs and en- 
gravings. 
History. 

Taiping rebellion. 

Pirates. 

Chronology. 

Antiquities. 



Foreign Relations. i_. 
Commerce and Trade. 
Chinese in America. 
Language. 

Dictionaries. 

Grammars and ele- 
mentary manuals. 

Characters. 

Pidgin- English. 
Literature. 

History and criticism. 

Chinese classics. 

Translations from the 
Chinese. 

Folklore. 
Religion and Philoso- 
pht. 



General works, Con- 
fucianism and Taou- 
ism. 

Buddhism. 

Judaism. 

Christianity. 
/ Term question. 

^Industries. 
Tea. 
Opium. 

Chinese Science. 
Natural History. 
Medicine. 
Law. 
Army. 

Money and Coins. 
Fine Arts. 



Music. 

Costume. 

Games. 

Education and Child 

Ldte. 
Neighboring Countries 

Indo China. 

Korea. 

Japan. 

Siberia, etc. 

Travels of Chinamen 
abroad. 
Foreign Fiction and 

Poetry 
Miscellaneous. 
Books in Chinese. 



Bibliography. 

Armstrong, J. M. Catalogue of valuable and 
rare books and pamphlets on China, Japan, and 
the East generally, including a select library of 
Chinese standard works. Hongkong. 1882. 

D2 
Cordier, H. Bibliotheca Sinica ; dictionnaire 
bibliographique des ouvrages relatif s a l'empire 
chinois. 2 v. Paris. 1878-85. C 159 

Cushing, C. Catalogue of [his] private li- 
brary, Newburyport, Mass. B. 1879. D 10 
Leroux, E. Bibliographie chinoise ; catalogue 
d'une importante collection de livres relatif s a 
la Chine. Paris. 1874. D 8 
Ley den, University of. Catalogue des livres 
chinois qui se trouvent dans la bibliotheque de 
l'universite de Leide. Leyden. 1883. 

Box A 12 
Mayers, W. P. Bibliography of the Chinese 
imperial collections of literature. Hongkong. 
1878. D 2 

Mollendorff, P. G. and O. P. von. Manual of 
Chinese bibliography; a list of works and es- 
says relating to China. Shanghai 1876. 

C 158 
Royal Asiatic society. Catalogue of the Chinese 
library; by S. Kidd. [L. 1838.] C 97 

Wylie, A. Notes on Chinese literature ; with 
introductory remarks on the progressive ad- 
vancement of the art, and a list of translations 
from the Chinese into various European lan- 
guages Shanghai. 1867. C 161 

Periodicals and Transactions. 

Anglo-Chinese calendar for 1854. Canton. 
1854. A 1; D21 

Canton miscellany, Nos. 1-5. 1831. A 5 

China review, 1872-85. v. 1-13 and nos. 1-2 of 
v. 14. Hongkong. 1872-85. A 7 



China's millions, 1878 ; ed. by J. H. Taylor. 
L. 1878. A 12 

Chinese courier and Canton gazette, July, 
1831, to April, 1832. Canton. 1831-32. 

A 13 
Chinese newspapers. [Cut from the People's 
magazine, Sept. 7, 1867.] D 11 

A brief account of the newspapers of China. 
Chinese repository, 1832-49. v. 1-18. Can- 
ton. 1833-49. A 6 
V. 13 bears imprint Victoria, Hongkong. 
Far East; a monthly journal illustrated with 
photographs; ed. by J. B. Black. New series, 
v. 1, nos. 1-2. Shanghai. 1876. A 14 
Hongkong magazine, July, 1857, to June, 1858. 
Hongkong. 1857-58. A 8 
International congress of Orientalists. Comp- 
te-rendu de la premiere session, Paris, 1873. v. 
1. Paris. 1874. [p. 352-389. Etudes chinoises.] 

C 157 

— Report of the proceedings of the second In- 
ternational congress of Orientalists, London, 
1874. L. 1874. D 4 
Our boys, Dec, 1885, to Nov., 1886. New ser. 
v. 1. nos. 1-7. Hongkong. 1885-86. A 15 
Peking gazette, translation, 1872, 1874-78, 
1880. 7 v. Shanghai. 1873-81. A 9 
Royal Asiatic society. North-China branch. 
Journal, 1880. Shanghai. [1881.] A 11 

— Straits branch. Notes and queries. Nos. 1- 
3. Singapore. 1885-86. A 16 
Shanghae almanac, 1853, 1855-56, and miscel- 
lany, v. 2, 4-5. Shanghai. [1852-55.] A 3 

— Miscellany ; or, Companion to the Shanghai 
almanac for 1857. Shanghai. 1857. A 4 
Shanghai literary and scientific society. Jour- 
nal, no. 1, June, 1858. Shanghai. 1858. 

A10 
Societe des e'tudes japonaises, chinoises, tar- 
tares, et indo-chinoises. Annuaire; premiere 
annee, 1873. [Paris. 1873.] D 8 

(1) 



BOOKS ON CHINA. 



Exhibitions. 

Dunn, N. Descriptive catalogue of the Chinese 
collection in Philadelphia. Phil. 1839. C 5 

International health exhibition, London, 1884. 
Illustrated catalogue of the Chinese collection 
of exhibits. L. 1884. [China. Imperial mari- 
time customs. Misc. ser., no. 12.] C 6 
New Orleans exposition, 1884-5. Catalogue of 
the Chinese collection of exhibits. Shanghai. 
1884. [China. Imperial maritime customs. Misc. 
ser., no. 13.] C 7 
Peters, J. R. Miscellaneous remarks upon the 
Chinese suggested by the Chinese museum in 
Boston. B. 1845. C 5 
Philadelphia, Pa. International exhibition, 
1876. Catalogue of the Chinese Imperial mari- 
time customs collection. Shanghai. 1876. 

F52 
Photographs of exhibits bound with this catalogue. 
Wines, E. C. Peep at China in Mr. Dunn's 
Chinese collection; with miscellaneous notices 
relating to the institutions and customs of the 
Chinese. Phil. 1839. F 209a 



General Works. 

Aikin, J. Geographical delineations. Phil. 
1807. [p. 240-254. China.] F 128 

Allom, T., and Wright, G. N. Chiua ; scenery, 
architecture, and social habits. 4 v. L. [1843.] 

P47 
Sketches by Allom ; text by Wright. 

Arene, J. La Chine familiere et galante. Paris. 
1876. C 86 

Auber, P. China; an outline of its govern- 
ment, laws, and policy, and of the British and 
foreign embassies to that empire. L. 1834. 

B 6 
Balfour, F. H. Waifs and strays from the far 
East ; a series of disconnected essays on matters 
relating to China. L. 1876. C 143 

Boulger, D. C. Central Asian questions. L. 
1885. [p. 166-441. China.] C 155 

Breton de la Mai-tiniere, J. B. J. China; its 
costume, arts, manufactures, etc. ; ed. princi- 
pally from the originals in the cabinet of M. 
Bertin. Ed. 3. 4 v. L. 1813. P7 

— Same. 2 v. L. n. d. P8 

Brief account of the Chinese Empire and Chi- 
nese Tartary. Calcutta. 1840. F 29 
Carre, L. L'ancien Orient, v. 1. Paris. 1874- 
[p. 275-511.] B 32 
China as it was and as it is ; with a glance at 
the tea and opium trades. N. Y. 1846. 

D 10; D 17 
Clark, J. H., and others. Story of China and 
Japan, with a sketch of Corea and the Coreans 
and the causes leading to the conflict of 1894. 
Phil. [1894.] B 81 

Corner, Julia. China, pictorial, descriptive, 
and historical. L 1853. B 22 

Dapper, O. Beschryving des Keizerryks van 
Taising of Sina. Amsterdam. 1670. B 71 

Davis, Sir J. F. China during the war and 
since the peace. 2 v. L. 1852. F 14 



Davis, Sir J. F. The Chinese; a general de- 
scription of the empire of China and its inhab- 
itants. 2 v. L. 1836. F 15 

— Chinese miscellanies ; essays and notes. L. 
1865. C 142 

— Sketches of China; with notices and obser- 
vations relative to the present war. 2 v. L. 
1841. F16 
DeQuincey, T. China. Edin. 1857. C 147 
Douglas, R. K. China. L. 1882. B 1 6 

— Society in China. L. 1894. F 243 
Du Halde, J. B. Description of the empire of 
China and CSinese-Tartary, with Korea and Ti- 
bet, v. 2. L. 1741. B 11a 

— General history of China. 4 v. L. 1736. 

B lib 
Eden, C. H. China, historical and descriptive; 
with app. on Corea. L. 1877. B 26 

Forgues, P. E. D. La Chine ouverte; par Old 
Nick [pseud.]. Paris. 1845. F 18 

Giles, H. A. Chinese sketches. L. 1876. 

F26 

— Glossary of reference on subjects connected 
with the far East. Hongkong. 1878. C 78 

— Historic China and other sketches. L. 1882. 

B31 
Gray, J. H. China ; a history of the laws, man- 
ners, and customs of the people. 2 v. L. 1878. 

F3 
Grosier, J. B. G. A. , l'abbe'. Description gen- 
erate de la Chine. Paris. 1785. F 50 

— General description of China. 2 v. L. 1788. 

F119 
Gundry, R. S. China, present and past; 
foreign intercourse, progress and resources, the 
missionary question, etc. L. 1895. F 257 

Gutzlaff, C. China opened; or, A display of 
the topography, history, customs, etc., of the 
Chinese Empire ; rev. by A. Reed. 2 v. L. 
1838. B20 

Irisson, M. d\ Etudes sur la Chine contem- 
poraine. Paris. 1866. C 98 

Kidd, S. China. L. 1841. F 21 

Kircher, A. La chine illustree; tr. par F. S. 
Dalquie'. Amsterdam. 1670. B 72 

Knox, T. W. John ; or, Our Chinese relations. 
N. Y. 1879. C 41 

Laffltte, P. Considerations generates sur l'en- 
semble de la civilisation chinoise et sur les rela- 
tions de l'Occident avec la Chine. Paris. 1861. 

C 16 
Lamont, A. Bright Celestials ; the Chinaman 
at home and abroad. By John Coming China- 
man [pseud.]. L. 1894. F 254 
Langdon, W. B. Ten thousand things relating 
to China and the Chinese. L. 1842. F 51 
Lay, G. T. Chinese as they are ; their moral, 
social, and literary character. L. 1841. F 25 
Leehler, R. Acht vortrage iiber China. Ba- 
sel. 1861. C 149 
Ljungstedt, Sir A. Historical sketch of the 
Portuguese settlements in China and of the Ro- 
man Catholic church and mission ; [with] De- 



scription of the city of Canton. B. 1836. 



B 19 



BOOKS ON CHINA. 



Magalhaens, G. de. New history of China. 
L. 1688. B 34 

Martin, R. M. China, political, commercial, 
and social. 2 v. L. 1847. F 22 

Martin, W. A. P. The Chinese ; their educa- 
tion, philosophy, and letters. N. Y. 1881. 

F27 
— Hamlin papers; or, Essays on the intellectual 
life of the Chinese. L. 1880. C 152 

Meadows, T. T. Desultory notes on the gov- 
ernment and people of China and on the Chinese 
language. L. 1847. C 21 

Medhurst, W. H. China; its state and pros- 
pects, with special reference to the spread of the 
gospel. L. 1838. F 20 

Morrison, R. View of China for philological 
purposes ; containing a sketch of Chinese chro- 
nology, geography, government, religion, and 
customs for the use of persons who study the 
Chinese language. Macao. 1817. C 146 

Mossman, S. China ; a brief account of the 
country, its inhabitants, and their institutions. 
L. n.d. F 11 

Mudie, R. China and its resources; with a 
view of the opium question and a notice of As- 
sam. L. 1840. C 64 
Murray, H., and others. Historical and de- 
scriptive account of China. 3 v. Bdin. 1843. 

B 10 
Nevius, J. L. China and the Chinese. N. Y. 
1872. F 19 

Pauw, C. de. Philosophical dissertations on 
the Egyptians and Chinese; tr. by J. Thomson. 
2 v. L. 1795. C 141 

People of China; their history, court, religion* 
etc. ; added, a sketch of Protestant missions. 
L. n. d. F10 

Percy, T., bp. of Dromore, ed. Miscellaneous 
pieces relating to the Chinese. 2 v. L. 1762. 

C116 
Province of Shing-king; and a short account 
of Tonquin. Shanghai. 1880. F 114 

Province of Yiin-nan, past, present, and fu- 
ture; Aboriginal tribes of Western Yiin-nan; 
Biography of the Mahometan prince Hsien 
Yang; Prom Ta-li-fu to Shanghai. Shanghai. 
1885 F 148 

Beclus, 0. Bird's-eye view of the world. 
B. 1887. Tp- 353-382. Chinese Empire.] 

F44 

Scarth, J. Twelve years in China ; the people, 
the rebels, and the mandarins ; by a British res- 
ident. Edin. 1860. F 135 
Sears, R. Pictorial history of China and India. 
N. Y. 1852. [p. 17-354. China.] F 48 
Semedo, A. History of that great and re- 
nowned monarchy of China; added, the history 
of the late invasion and conquest by the Tartars 
[by M. Martinius]. L. 1665. B 8 
Sirr, H. C. China and the Chinese ; their re- 
ligion, character, customs, and manufactures. 
Jt. L. 1849. F23 
Smith, W. L. G. Observations on China and 
the Chinese. N. Y. 1863. F 17 
Speer, W. The oldest and the newest empire ; 
China and the U. S. Hartford. 1870. C 31 



Staunton, Sir G. T. Miscellaneous notices re- 
lating to China and our commercial intercourse 
with that country ; including translations from 
the Chinese language. L. 1850. B 17 

Tcheng-ki-Tong. Chin-chin ; or, The China- 
man at home; tr. by R. H. Sherard. L. 1895. 

F253 

— Chinese painted by themselves ; tr. from the 
French, by J. Millington. L. n. d. C 121 
Wheeler, L. N. Foreigner in China. Ch. 1881. 

C23 
Whitney, W. D. Oriental and linguistic stud- 
ies; second series. N. Y. 1874. [p. 52-125. 
China and the Chinese; China and the West.] 

C102 
Williams, S. W. Middle kingdom; the Chi- 
nese Empire and its inhabitants. Ed. 3. 2 v. 
N. Y. 1853. B 3a 

— Same Rev. ed. 1883. B 3b 
Winterbotham, W. Historical, geographi- 
cal and philosophical view of the Chinese Em- 
pire; [with] account of Lord Macartney's 
embassy. 2 v. in 1. Phil. 1796. B 9a 

— Same. Ed. 2. L. n. d. B 9b 

Embassies. 

Dutch, 

Braam Houckgeest, A. E. van. Authentic ac- 
count of the embassy of the Dutch East-India 
company to the emperor of China, 1794-95. 2 v. 
L. 1798. F 36 

Dapper, O. Gedenkwaerdig bedryf der Neder- 
landsche Oost-Indische maetschappye, op de 
kuste en in het keizerrijk van Taising of Sina; 
behelzende het tweede gezandschap door J. van 
Kampen en K. Nobel, en het derde gezandschap 
onder P. van Hoorn. Amsterdam. 1670. 

B71 
NieuhofF, J. Embassy from the East-India 
company of the United Provinces to the Grand 
Tartar Cham, emperor of China, delivered by P. 
de Goyer and J. de Keyzer, at Peking ; tr. by J. 
Ogilby. L. 1673. F 217 

Macartney, 1792-94- 

Anderson, A. Narrative of the British em- 
bassy to China, 1792-94. L. 1795. F 37 
Barrow, J. Travels in China. L. 1804. F 74 
Staunton, Sir G. L. Authentic account of an 
embassy from the king of Great Britain to the 
emperor of China; taken chiefly from the papers 
of the earl of Macartney. Ed. 2. 2 v. text and 
2 v. plates. L. 1798. F 43 

— Historical account of the embassy to the em- 
peror of China ; abridged principally from the 
papers of Earl Macartney. L. 1797. 

F 41 ; F 42 

— Reis van Lord Macaitneij naar China, v. 3. 
Amsterdam. 1799. F 34 

Amherst, 1816. 

Abel, C. Narrative of a journey in the interior 
of China, 1816-17; containing an account of Lord 
Amherst's embassy to the court of Pekin. L. 
1818. F 73 



BOOKS ON CHINA. 



Ellis, H. Journal of the proceedings of the 
late embassy to China. Phil. 1818. F 40 

— Same. Ed. 2. 2 v. L. 1818. F 39 

— Amherst's embassy. [A review of Ellis's 
Journal; cut from magazine.] D 11 
Hall, B. Voyage to Loo-Choo and other places 
in the Eastern seas, 1816; including an account 
of Capt. Maxwell's attack on the batteries at 
Canton. Edin. 1826. [Constable's miscellany, 
v. 1.] F 127 
M'Leod, J. Voyage of H. M. S. Alceste along 
the coast of Corea to the island of Lewchew. L. 
1818. F 122 

— M'Leod's Voyage of the Alceste. [A review ; 
cut from magazine.] D 11 

Timkowski, 1820-21. 

Timkowski, G. Travels of the Bussian mis- 
sion through Mongolia to China and residence 
in Peking, 1820-21 ; ed. by J. von Klaproth. 2 
v. L. 1827. F 164 

— Russian mission to China [A review of Tim- 
kowski's Travels ; cut from American quarterly 
review, March, 1828.] D 11 

Gros, 1857-58. 

Moges, Marquis de. Recollections of Baron 
Gros's embassy to China and Japan, 1857-58. L. 
1860. F 32 

Elgin, 1857-60. 

Loch, H. B. Personal narrative of occurrences 
during Lord Elgin's second embassy to China, 
1860. L. 1869. F 133 

Oliphant, L. Narrative of the earl of Elgin's 
mission to China and Japan, 1857-59. 2 v. Edin. 
1859. F 31 

Ward, 1859. 

Williams, S. W. Narrative of the American 
embassy to Peking in July, 1859. Shanghai. 
1859. [Royal Asiatic society. North China 
branch. Journal, v. 1, no. 3, art. 6:] F 33 

Chinese Embassies. 

Boston, Mass. Reception and entertainment 
of the Chinese embassy by the city of Boston. 
B. 1868. C 45 

Burlinganie's embassy. 

Knox, T. W. Chinese embassy to the foreign 
powers. [Cut from Harper's magazine, Oct., 
1868.] D 11 

Tu-li-shin. Narrative of the Chinese embassy 
to the khan of the Tourgouth Tartars, 1712-15 ; 
tr. by Sir G. T. Staunton. L. 1821. F 38 



Travels. 

Including also general works on manners and 
customs. 

Ataeel, D. Journal of a residence in China and 
the neighboring countries, 1829-33. N. Y 1834. 

F 179 
— Same. Ed. 2. N. Y. 1836. F 98 



Anderson, J. Mandalay to Momien ; a narra- 
tive of the two expeditions to Western China of 
1868 and 1875, under E. B. Sladen and H. 
Browne. L. 1876. F 204 

Anderson, L Among typhoons and pirate 
craft. L. 1892. [p. 1-100.] F 236 

— Cruise in an opium clipper. L. 1891. 

F232 
Avonmore, M. T. L. Yelverton, viscountess. 
Teresina peregrina ; or, Fifty thousand miles of 
travel round the world. 2 v. L. 1874. [v. 1, 
p. 95-174.] F55 

Babor, E. C. Travels and researches in West- 
ern China. L. 1882. [Royal geographical so- 
ciety. Supplementary papers, v. 1, pt. 1.] 

F 209 
Ball, B. L. Rambles in Eastern Asia, including 
China and Manilla. B. 1855. [p. 78-139, 202- 
417.] F 175 

Ballou, M. M. Due west ; or, Round the world 
in 10 months. B. 1884. [p. 81-124.] F 60 
Bastian, A. Reisen in China von Peking zur 
Mongolischen grenze. Jena. 1871. F 131 

Bax, B. W. Eastern seas, the voyage of H. M. 
S. Dwarf in China, Japan, and Formosa L. 
1875. F 90 

Beau voir, L., comte de. Java, Siam, Canton; 
voyage autour du monde. Paris. 1871. [p. 
348-448.] F 177 

— Pekin, Jeddo, and San Francisco; the con- 
clusion of a Voyage round the world. L. 1872. 
[p. 1-118.] F 130 
Berncastle, J. Voyage to China. 2 v. L. 
1851. [v. 2. China.] F 93 
Biokmore, A. S. Sketch of a journey from 
Canton to Hankow [1866] ; with geological notes. 
[Cut from Royal Asiatic society. North-China 
branch. Journal.] D 20 
Bishop, Mrs. Isabella L. B. Golden Chersonese 
and the way thither. N. Y. 1883. [p. 36-116.] 

F 207 
Blakiston, T. W. Five months on the Yang- 
tsze ; with notices of the present rebellions in 
China. L. 1862. F 138 

Bonnetain, P. L'extrgme Orient. Paris. 
[1887.] [p. 319-491. L'empire chinois.] 

F79 
Bower, H. Diary of a journey across Tibet. 
N. Y. 1894. " F 244 

Brassey, Annie A., lady. Voyage in the Sun- 
beam. Toronto. 1879. [p. 370-407.] F 57 
Bridgman, E. C. Description of the city of 
Canton ; with an app. containing an account of 
the population of the Chinese Empire, Chinese 
weights and measures, and the imports and ex- 
ports of Canton. Canton. 1839. F 188 
Brooks, J. Seven months' run, up and down 
and around the world. N. Y. 1872. [p. 129- 
282.] F 70 
Bryson, T. Week in Nanking, the old me- 
tropolis of China. L. 1872. D 13 
Carne\ L. de. Travels in Indo-China and the 
Chinese Empire. L. 1872. [p. 212-365.] 

F208 
Carnegie, A. Round the world. N. Y. 1884. 
[p. 74-146. China.] F 53 



BOOKS ON CHINA. 



China and its people, a book for young readers ; 
by a missionary's wife. L. 1870. F 9 

Clarke, B. Land of the pigtail ; its people and 
customs from a boy's point of view. L. n. d 

F103 
Coffin, C. C. Our new way round the world. 
B. [1869.] [p. 253-418. China.] F 54 

Colquhoun, A. E. Across Chrysfi ; a journey 
of exploration through the South China border 
lands from Canton to Mandalay. 2 v. N. Y. 
1883. F 1 95 

Coltman, R. The Chinese ; their present and 
future, medical, political, and social. Phil. 
1891. F224 

Cooper, T. T. Mishmee hills ; an attempt to 
penetrate Thibet from Assam to open new routes 
for commerce. L. 1873. F 194 

— Travels of a pioneer of commerce in pigtail 
and petticoats ; or, An overland journey from 
China towards India. L. 1871. F 201 

dimming, Constance F. G. Wanderings in 
China. 2 v. Edin. 1886. F 1 96 

Curtis, B. R. Dottings round the circle. B. 
1878. [p. 110-193.] F 68 

D'A., Anna. Lady's visit to Manilla and Japan. 
L. 1863. [p. 105-174, 279-297.] F 97 

Davidson, G. F. Trade and travel in the far 
East; or, Recollections of 21 years passed in 
Java, Singapore, Australia and China. L. 18+6. 
[p. 216-286, 303-304.] F 173 

Dobell, P. Travels in Kamtchatka and Siberia ; 
with a narrative of a residence in China. 2 v. 
L. 1830. [v. 2, p. 125-341. Travels in China.] 

F 167 
Doolittle, J. Social life of the Chinese. 2 v. 
N. Y. 1865-67. F 2 

Downing, C. T. Stranger in China; or, The 
fan-qui's visit to the Celestial Empire, 1836-7. 
2v.ini. Phil. 1838. F 174 

Duer, J. K. Chinese sketches. [Cut from 
magazine dated April, 18«0.] D 1 1 

Dukes, E. J. Everyday life in China; or, 
Scenes along river and road in Fuh-kien. L. 
1885. F 95 

Dunne, J. H. From Calcutta to Pekin. L. 
1861. F158 

Elliot, R. Views in the East; comprising In- 
dia, Canton, and the shores of the Red Sea. 2 
v. L. 1833. F 46 

Ellis, H. T. Hong Kong to Manilla and the 
lakes of Luzon in the Philippine Isles, 1856. L. 
1859. F 172 

Englishman in China. L. 1860. F 99 

Erman, G. A. Travels in Siberia; including 
excursions to the Chinese frontier. 2 v. Phil. 
1850. [v. 2, p. 163-198.] F 137 

Fielde, Adele M. Corner of Cathay ; studies 
from life among the Chinese. N. Y. 1894. 

F249 
Illustrated by artists in the celebrated school of Go Leug 
at Swatow. 

Fleming, G. Travels on horseback in Mant- 
chu Tartary. L. 1863. F 139 

Fontalanque, E. B. de. Niphon and Pe-che-li; 
or, Two years in Japan and Northern China. L. 
1863. [p. 180-282.] F 140 



Forbes, F. E. Five years in China, 1842-47 
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Forbes, R. B. Personal reminiscences ; added 
rambling recollections connected with China. B 
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Fortune, R. Residence among the Chinese ; 
scenes and adventures during a third visit to 
China, 1853-56 ; with suggestions on the present 
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— Three years' wanderings in the northern 
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silk, and cotton countries. L. 1847. F 141 

— Yedo and Peking ; a narrative of a journey to 
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French, H. W. Our boys in China. B. 1883. 

F62 
Fulton, H. Travelling sketches in various 
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Gill, W. River of golden sand; a journey 
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— Same ; condensed by E. C. Baber. L. 1883. 

F198 
Gilmour, J. Among the Mongols. L. n. d. 

F 155 
Gray, Mrs. J. H. Fourteen months in Canton- 
L. 1880. F 190 

Gundry, R. S. Sketches of excursions to 
Chnsan, Pootoo, Nanking, and Kioto. Shanghai. 
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Habersham, A. W. My last cruise. Phil. 
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Halloran, A. L. Eight months' journal kept 
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Hart, V. C. "Western China ; a journey to the 
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F156 
Hosie, A. Report of a journey through Cen- 
tral Ssii-Ch'uan in June and July, 1884. L. 1885. 

F 77 

— Three years in Western China ; a narrative of 
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Hubner, J. A., baron de. Ramble round the 
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F69 
Hue, E. R., l'abbe. Journey through the Chi-, 
nese Empire. 2 v. N. Y. 1871. F 125 

— Travels in Tartary, Thibet, and China, 1844-6. 
Ed. 2. It. L. n. d. F 126 
Hughes, Mrs. T. F. Among the sons of Han ; 
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China and Formosa. L. 1881. F 144 
Hunter, "W. C. Bits of old China. L. 1885. 

F 192 

— ' Fan kwae ' at Canton before treaty days, 
1825-44 ; by an old resident. L. 1882. "F 191 
James, H. E. M. The Long White Mountain; 
or, A journey in Manchuria. L. 1888. F 151 
Kingsley, C. Round the world; a series of 
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Knollys, H. English life in China. L. 1885. 

F 145 
Knox, T. W. Boy travellers in the far East; 
adventures of two youths in a journey to Japan 
and China. N. Y. 1880. [p. 318-421.] F 63 
Lang, H. Shanghai considered socially. D 20 
Lan sdell, H. Chinese Central Asia ; a ride to 
Little Tibet. 2 v. L. 1893. F 245 

— Russian Central Asia. 2 v. B. 1885. 

F147 
lie Comte, L. Memoirs and observations 
made in a late journey through the empire of 
China. Ed. 2. L. 1698. F 119a 

Little, A.J. Through the Yang-tse gorges ; or, 
Trade and travel in Western China. L. 1888. 

F152 
Malcolm, H. Travels in South-eastern Asia ; 
Hindustan, Malaya, Siam, and China. Phil. 
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Mandeville, Sir J. Voiage andtravaile of Sir 
J. Maundevile which treateth of the way to Hi- 
erusalem and of marvayles of Inde, etc. ; re- 
printed from the edition of 1725 ; ed. by J. O. 
Halliwell. L. 1839. F 113 

Manners and customs in China ; Chinese do- 
mestic life. [Cut from magazine.] D19 
Margary, A. R. Journey from Shanghae to 
Bhamo and back to Manwyne ; ed. from his 
journals and letters, by Sir R. Alcock. L. 1876. 

F203 
—Notes of a journey from Hankow to Ta-li Fu- 
Shanghai. 1875. F 149 

Medhurst, W. H. Foreigner in far Cathay. 
N. Y. 1873. F 12 

Meignan, V. From Paris to Pekin over Sibe- 
rian snows. L. 1885. [p. 362-416.] F 161 
Michie, A. Siberian overland route from Pe- 
king to Petersburg. L. 1864. [p. 1-222.] 

F 162 
Miln, Louise J. When we were strolling play- 
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F 250 
Moerlein, G. Trip around the world. Cin. 
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With 110 illustrations printed in oil colors. 
Mogridge, G. Celestial Empire; or, Points 
and pickings of information about China and 
the Chinese. L. n. d. F 185 

Montfort, Capt. Voyage en Chine; avec un 
appendice historique sur les derniers gvene- 
ments par G. Bell. Paris. 1854. F 104 

Mortimer, G. Observations and remarks 
made during a voyage to . . . the north west 
coast of America and to Canton in the brig Mer- 
cury. L. 1791. j> 78 

Moule, A. E. New China and old. L. 1891. 

F233 
Mundy, W. W. Canton and the Bogue. L. 
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National life of China. [Cut from Black- 
wood's magazine, May, 1854.] D 1 1 
Osbeck, P. Voyage to China and the East In- 
dies ; with, A voyage to Suratte, by O. Toreen ; 
Chinese husbandry, by C. G. Eckeberg; added, a 
faunula and flora Sinensis. 2 v. L. 1771. 

F115 



Percival, W. S. Land of the dragon; my 
boating and shooting excursions to the gorges 
of the upper Yangtze. L. 1889. F 223 

Fiassetsky, P. Russian travellers in Mongo- 
lia and China. 2 v. L. 1884. F 163 
Polo, M. Travels ; the translation of Marsden 
revised, with a selection of his notes ; ed. by T. 
Wright. L. 1854. F 116 
Power, W. T. Recollections of a 3 years' resi- 
dence in China. L. 1853. F 180 
Pratt, A. E. To the snows of Tibet through 
China. L. 1892. F 240 
Price, J. M. From the Arctic Ocean to the 
Yellow Sea; the narrative of a journey, 1890-91, 
across Siberia, Mongolia, the Gobi Desert, and 
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F 238 
Pumpelly, R. Across America and Asia. 
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Beid, G. Peeps into China. L. n. d. F 239 
Renaudot, E., tr. Ancient accounts of India 
and China by two Mohammedan travellers ; tr. 
from the Arabic, with notes, etc. L. 1732. 

F118 
Rennie, D. F. Peking and the Pekingese dur- 
ing the first year of the British embassy at Pe- 
king. 2v. L. 1865. F 134 
Reynolds, J. N. Voyage of the U. S. frigate 
Potomac under Com. J. Downes during the cir- 
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Rockhill, W. W. Diary of a journey through 
Mongolia and Tibet, 1891-92. Wash. 1894. 

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S., L. D. Letters from China and Japan. 
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Seward, Olive R. Around the world stories. 
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Seward, W. H. Travels around the world. 
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Shaw, S. Journals of Major S. Shaw, the first 
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Shore, H. N. Flight of the Lapwing ; a naval 
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Simpson, W. Meeting the sun; a journey all 
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F248a 
Smith, G. Narrative of an exploratory visit 
to each of the consular cities of China and to 
the islands of Hong Kong and Chusan, 1844-46. 
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Some Chinese pictures. [Cut from magazine 
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Stern, S. A. Jottings of travel in China and 
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Stevens, T. Around the world on a bicycle; 
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Taintor, E. C. Geographical sketch of the 
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Box A 13 
Taylor, B. Visit to India, China, and Japan 
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F182 
Thomson, J. Straits of Malacca, Indo-China, 
and China. L. 1875. F 205 

Tiffany, O., jr. Canton- Chinese; or, The 
American's sojourn in the Celestial Empire. 
B. 1849. F 186 

Tronson, J. M. Personal narrative of a voy- 
age to Japan, Kamtschatka, Siberia, Tartary, 
and various parts of coast of China in H. M. S. 
Barracouta. L. 1859. F 89 

Visit to the duck factory. [Cut from magazine 
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Wathen, J. Journal of a voyage in 1811 and 
1812 to Madras and China in the H. C. S. the 
Hope, Capt. J. Pendergrass. L. 1814. [p. 169- 
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Illustrated with 34 colored prints. 

Whyte, W. A. Land journey from Asia to Eu- 
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F 157 
Williams, C. Through Burinah to Western 
China; notes of a journey in 1863 to establish 
the practicability of a trade-route between the 
Irawaddi and the Yang-tse-kiaug. Edin. 1868. 

F200 
Williams, Mrs. H. D. Year in Cliiua. N. Y. 
1864. F 1 71 

Williamson, A. Journeys in North China, 
Manchuria, and Eastern Mongolia. 2 v. L. 1870. 

F153 
Williamson, Mrs. Isabelle. Old highways in 
China. L. 18S4. F 154 

Wilson, A. Abode of snow; observations on a 
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F 199 
Wilson, J. H. China ; travels and investiga- 
tions in the •' Middle kingdom." X. Y. 1887. 

F100 
Windt, H. de. From Pekin to Calais by land. 
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Wood, W. M. Fankwei ; or, The San Jacinto 
in the seas of India, China, and Japan. N. Y. 
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Wood, W. W. Sketches of China. Phil. 
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Young, J. R. Around the world with Gen. 
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Yvan, M. Six months among the Malays ; and, 
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Prisoners in China. 

Gully, R., and Denham, Capt. Journals 
<Juriug a captivitv in China 1842: ed. by a bar- 
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Fatridge, D. British captives in China: an 
account of the shipwreck on the island of For- 
mosa of the brig Ann. L. 1876. D 17 



Guide Books. 

Dennys, N. B., <d. Treaty ports of China 
and Japan ; with 29 maps and plans. L. 1867. 

F28 
Guide for tourists to Peking and its environs. 
Hongkong. 1876. F 159; D 16 

Guide to Hongkong ; with a short account of 
Canton and Macao. Hongkong. [1883.] 

F 178 
Kerr, J. G. Canton guide. Hongkong. 1880. 

D18 
Knox, T. W. Pocket guide around the world. 
N. Y. 1883. [p. 71-97.] F 107 

Maps. 

Arrowsmith, J. China. L. 1840. C 51 

[Chinese atlas ; 25 maps.] D 40 

Johnston, T. R. War map of China and Japan 
showing the open ports. Edin. n. d. Box A 2 
Letts son and co., pub. Map of South-eastern 
Asia and northern Australia. L. 1883. F 219 
Supplement to the Graphic, Sept. 82, 1883. 

Shanghae. Plan of the English settlement at 
Shanghae. 1864-66. F 220 

— Plan of the Hong Kew or American settle- 
ment at Shanghae. 1864-66. F 221 
Tassin, J. B. Chart of Choo-keang or Canton 
river and the dift'erent passages leading to Ma- 
cao roads. Calcutta. 1840. C 52 

— Chart of the coasts of China. Calcutta, n. d. 

C-49 
Williams, S. W. Map of the Chinese Empire. 
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Photographs and Engravings. 

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— [Photographs.] 2 v. F 82 

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— [Photographs of Hongkong, Canton, Macao, 
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— [Photographs, scrap-pictures, etc.] 4 v. 

F 210-F 213 

— [Portraits; foreigners in China.] C 171 
Borget, A. Sketches of China and the Chinese. 
32 plates. L. 1842. F218 
Cobbold, R. H. Pictures of the Chinese, 
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S*i plates by natives. 

Floyd's South China album ; [photographs of 
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1S73. F 215 

Helman, I. S. 
17S3-88. 

Ling Chien ling. Selections from the Hung- 
sneh sketches; photo-lithographed from the 
original Chinese edition, with brief translations 
in English. 1st series. Shanghai. 1879. 

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Panorama of Peking during the celebration of 
the 60th anniversary of the Chinese Emperor 
Kang-he's birthday ; photolithographed from the 
Chinese original. Shanghai. 1879. D 28 



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[Panoramic view of the foreign section of 
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Thomson, J. Illustrations of China and its 
people ; a series of 200 photographs, with let- 
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[Visit of the duke of Edinburgh to Hongkong ; 
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History. 

Barton, J. A. G. Ancient world. Edin. 1875. 
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Belcher, Sir E Narrative of a voyage round 
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Bernard, W. I). Narrative of the voyages 
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naval and military operations in China, from 
notes of W. H. Hall. 2 v. L. 1844. B 67 

Boulger, D. C. History of China. 3 v. 
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— Life of Yakoob Beg. L. 1878. B 21 

— Short history of China. L. 1893. F 242 
Cooke, 6. W. China; the Times special cor- 
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Corner, Julia. History of China and India, 
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Fries, S., ritter von. Abriss der geschichte 
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B61 
GfitzlafF, C. Sketch of Chinese history, an- 
cient and modern. 2 v. L. 1834. B 12 
Helman, I. S. Faits memorables des empe- 
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ornes de 24 estampes. Paris. 1788. B 69 
Insecure condition of the colony of Hongkong ; 
report of a great public meeting held at Victo- 
ria, Hongkong, Oct. 7, 1878. Honykong. 1878. 

D 11 
Jocelyn, R., viscount. Six months with the 
Chinese expedition ; or, Leaves from a soldier's 
note-book. L. 1841. F 108 

Kingsmill, T. W. Retrospect of events in 
China and Japan, 1867. [Out from Royal Asiatic 
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D20 
L., J. P. 1879; a retrospect; revised and re- 
printed from the Foochow herald. Foochow. 
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Last year in China, to the peace of Nanking ; 
by a field officer. L. 1843. F 136 

— Same. Phil. 1843. D 10 
Mackenzie, K. S. Narrative of the second 
campaign in China. L. 1842. B 54 

Maclellan, J. W. Story of Shanghai from the 
opening of the port to foreign trade. Shang- 
hai. 1889. Box A 9 
McPherson, D. War in China ; narrative of 
the Chinese expedition, 1840-42. L. 1843. 

B41 
Mailla, J. A. M. M. de. Histoire generate de 
la Chine; tr. du Tong-kien-kang-mou. v. 1-12. 
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Osorio, J., bp. of Sylves. History of the Por- 
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Ouchterlony, J. Chinese war ; the operations 
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B37 
Palafox y Mendoza, J. de. History of the con- 
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Petis de la Croix, F. History of Genghizcan 
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Bitchie, L. History of the Oriental nations. 
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Boche, J. F., and Cowen, L. L. French at 
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Ross, J. The Manchus; or, The reigning dy- 
nasty of China. L. 1891. B 76 
Serious disturbance at Canton ; houses on Sha- 
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China mail. Hongkong. 1883. D 5 
Temple, Sir U. Oriental experience. L. 1883. 
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C 151 
Thornton, T. History of China to 1842. v. 1. 
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Williams, F. W. Life and letters of Samuel 
Wells Williams. N. Y. 1889. B 74 

Young, A. G. Story of active service in for- 
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Taiping Kebellion. 

Books of the T'hae-ping-wang dynasty, and 
Trip of the Hermes to Nanking ; also, Visit of 
Dr. Charles Taylor to Chin-keang. Shanghai. 

1853. Box B 1 
Brine, L. Taeping rebellion in China. L. 1862. 

B44 
Callery, J. M., and Yvan, M. History of the 
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— Insurrection in China ; [a review ; cut f rorJ 
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Fishbourne, E. G. Impressions of China and 
the present revolution. L. 1855. B 62 

Fisher, Lt.-Col. Personal narrative of three 
years' service in China. L. 1863. B 38 

Forbes, A. Chinese Gordon; a succinct record 
of his life. L. 1884. B 66 

Gordon, C. G. Events in the Taeping rebel- 
lion ; ed. by A. E. Hake. L. 1891. B 77 
Grant, Sir H. Incidents in the China war of 
1860; compiled from [his] private journals by 
H. Knollys. Edin. 1875. B 45 
Hake, A. E. Story of Chinese Gordon. N. Y. 
1884. b 64 
Hamberg, T. Visions of Hung-Siu-tshuen and 
origin of the Kwang-si insurrection. Hongkong. 

1854. 5 D 15 

Lin-le. Ti-ping tien-kwoh ; the history of the 
Ti-ping revolution. 2 v. L. 1866. B 39 

Lyster, T. With Gordon in China ; letters. L. 
1891. p 231 

Macfarlane, C. Chinese revolution. L. 1853. 

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M'Ghee, R. J. L. How we got to Pekin : the 
campaign iu China of 1860. L. 1862. B 40 
Maekie, J. M. Life of Tai-ping-wang, chief 
of the Chinese insurrection. N. Y. 1857. 

B 60 
Meadows, T. T. Chinese ami their rebellions; 
[with] an essay on civilization. L. 1S56. 

B36 
Mossman, S. General Gordon in China. L. 
[1875.] B 65 

Newbold, Lieut., and Wilson, Maj .-General. 
Chinese secret Triad society of Tieu-ti-huih. 
[Cut from Royal Asiatic society. Journal, v. 0.] 

D 19 
Rennie, D. F. British arms in North China 
and Japan; Peking, 1860, Kagosima, 1862. L 
1864. [p. 1-267.) B 57 

Roberts, I. J Tae Ping Wang, the Chinese 
revolutionist. [Cut from Putnam's monthly, 
Oct., 1856.] D 11 

Swinhoe, E. Narrative of the North China 
campaign of 1860. L. 1861. B 51 

Triad society. Manifesto iu the Chinese lan- 
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Asiatic society. Journal, v. l.j D 19 

Wilson, A. " Ever-victorious army;" a his- 
tory of the Chinese campaign under C. G. Gor- 
don and of the suppression of the Tai-ping re- 
bellion. Edin. 1868. B 63 
Wolseley, G. J. Narrative of the war with 
China in 1860. L. 1862. B 24 
Yates, 51. T. Tai-ping rebellion; a lecture 
delivered for the Shanghai temperance society. 
Shanghai. [1S76.] B47;D17 

Pirates. 
Battle of Wilo-wilo ; a conflict with Chinese 
pirates. [Cut from Putnam's monthly, Sept., 
1856.] D 11 

Neumann, C. F. History of the pirates who 
infested the China Sea, 1807-10. L. 1831. 

C53 

Chronology. 

Chinese mythology ; tr. from Bayer's Museum 
Sinicum. [Cut from Philological magazine, 
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Eitel, E. J., ed. Eastern religions kalendar 
for 1882. Hongkong. 1881. D 2 

Fergusson, T. Chinese researches ; 1st part, 
Chinese chronology and cycles. Shanghai. 1680. 

C184 

Mayers, TV. F. Anglo-Chinese calendar man- 
ual ; a handbook of reference for the determina- 
tion of Chinese dates, 1800-1879, etc. Shanghai. 
[1875.] A 2 

Use of a certain Chinese numismatic work in 
fixing the chronology of China. [Cut from 
magazine.] D 21 

Antiquities. 
Bretschneider, E. Archaeological and histor- 
ical researches on Peking and its environs. 
Shanghai. 1876. F 150 

Chalmers, J. Origin of the Chinese ; an at- 
tempt to trace the connection of the Chinese 
with western nations. Hongkong. 1866. 

B33 



Kseuffer, J. K. R. Das Chinesische volk vor 
Abrahams zeiten. Dresden. 1850. D 7 



Foreign Relations. 

Cunningham, E. Our commercial and politi- 
cal n-lations with China; by uu American resi- 
dent iu China. [Wash. 1855.] Box B 5 
Gundry, R. S. China and her neighbours; 
France in Indo-China, Russia and China, India 
and Thibet. L. 1893. B 79 
JVTeriteus, Baron de. Notes upon Mr. Wade's 
Memorandum regarding the revision of the 
treaty of Tientsin. Hongkong. 1871. 

Box B 2 
Nye, G.. jr. Gage of the two civilizations; 
shall Christendom waver? ; being an inquiry into 
the causes of the rupture of the English and 
French treaties of Tien-tsin ; our relations with 
China, eic. Macao. 1860. C 54 

— Memorable vear, [1857-58.] Macao. 1858. 

C 55 

— Morning of my life in China; a lecture de- 
livered before the Canton community, Jan 31, 
1873. [Canton?] C 9 

— Peking the goal, the sole hope of peace ; a 
lecture delivered before the Canton community, 
April 14, 1873. [Canton?] C 9 

— Rationale of the China question ; by an Amer- 
ican. Macao. 1857. D 23 
Osborn, S. Past and future of British relations 
in China. Edin. 1860. B 58 
Our treaties with China. [Cut from the New 
Englander, no. 150, May, 1879.] D 11 
Pauthier, G. Histoire des relations politiques 
de la Chine avec les puissances occidentales. 
Paris. 1S59. C 26 
Poole, S. Lane Life of Sir Harry Parkes, 
minister to China and Japan. 2 v. L. 1894. 

F246 
Ross, J. Chinese foreign policy. Shanghai. 
1877. C 48 

United States. Correspondence between the 
state department and the late commissioner to 
China, [Humphrey Marshall.] Wash. 1854. 

C29 

— Correspondence of Messrs. McLane and Par- 
ker, late commissioners to China. Wash. 1859. 

C34 

— [Foreign relations, 1877-78; China.] [Cut 
from the report of the Department of state.] 

Dll 

Commerce and Trade. 

Ball, S. Observations on the expediency of 
opening a second port in China, [1816] . D12 

— Same. [Cut from magazine.] D 1 9 
China trade. [Cut from Hunt's merchants' 
magazine, Oct., 1858 ] Dll 
Commercial law affecting Chinese ; with spec- 
ial reference to partnership registration and 
bankruptcy laws in Hongkong; reprinted from 
the China mail. Hongkong. 18S2. C 68 
Crawford, J. China; its trade. [Cut from 
Hunt's merchants' magazine, Oct., 1859.] 

D 11 



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East-India and China trade ; a review of the 
arguments and allegations which have been of- 
fered to Parliament against the renewal of the 
East-India company's charter. L. 1829. 

D 12 
Prance. Jlinistere de l'agrlculture et du com- 
merce. Pieces et documens relatifs au commerce 
avec la Chine et 1' Inde. Paris. 1846. C 56 
Hongkong, Canton, and Macao steamboat co., 
limited. Memorandum and articles of associa- 
tion. Hongkong. 1865. D 20 
Meares, J. Voyages, made 1788-89, from China 
to the north west coast of America. L. 1790. 
[p. T.xvn-xcv. Account of the trade between 
the north west coast of America and China.] 

F76 
Morrison, J. R. Chinese commercial guide ; 
details and regulations respecting foreign trade 
with China. Ed. 3, rev. Canton. 1848. C 60 
The revision is by S. \V. Williams. 

Nye, G., jr. Reviews of the China trade, par- 
ticularly with reference to the tea trade with 
England and America, 1852-56. [Macao. 1857 ] 

C57 
On the trade of the U. S. of North America with 
China. [Cut from the Analectic maguzine, Nov., 
1819.] D 11 

Palmer, A. H. Letter to the Hon. J. M. Clay- 
ton, secretary of state, enclosing a paper, geo- 
graphical, political, and commercial, on the 
independent Oriental nations; and submitting a 
plan for opening, extending, and protecting 
American commerce in the East, etc. Wash. 
1849. D 10 

Phillips, G. Dutch trade in Formosa in 1629. 
Shanghai. [1878.] D 20 

Slacle, J. Notices on the British trade to the 
port of Canton ; with some translations of Chi- 
nese official papers relative to that trade, etc. 
L. 1830. D 10 

Staunton, Sir G. T. Corrected report of [his] 
speech on Sir James Graham's motion on the 
China trade, in the House of commons, April 7, 
1840. L. 1840. D 12 

Swan, J. G. Explorations of the Amoor river 
and its importance on the future great inter- 
oceanic trade across the American continent. 
[Cut from Hunt's merchants' magazine, Aug., 
1858.] D 11 

Train, G. F. European commercial correspond- 
ence. [Cut from Hunt's merchants' mngaziue, 
May. 1857.] D 11 

Union dock company of Hongkong and Wham- 
poa, limited. Memorandum and articles of as- 
sociation. Hongkong. 1865. D.20 
United States. Reports from the consuls of 
the U. S., .No. 83, Sept., 1887. Wash. 1887. 
[p. 463-491. Chinese guilds.] C 32 

Chinese in America. 

Archbald, J. On the contact of races ; con- 
sidered especially with relation to the Chinese 
question. San. Fran. 1860. Box B 3 

Atwood, E. S. Address on Chinese missions 
in America. [Cut from the American mission- 
ary, Dec, 1878.] D 11 



Burlingame, E. L. Asiatic invasion. [Cut 
from Scribner's monthly, March, 1877.] D 11 
California. Chinese immigration; testimony 
taken before a committee of the senate of the 
state of California. Sacramento. 1876. C 44 
Con well, R. H. Why and how; why the Chi- 
nese emigrate and the means they adopt for the 
purpose of reaching America. B. 1871 

C39 
Culin, S. China in America; a study in the 
social life of the Chinese in the eastern cities of 
the U.S. Phil. 1887. Box A 7 

— The Thing ; or, Patriotic rising ; a secret so- 
ciety among the Chinese in America; Chinese 
secret societies in the U. S. ; customs of the Chi- 
nese in America. [Phil] 1890. Box A 4 

— Religious ceremonies of the Chinese in the 
eastern cities of the TJ. S. Phil. 1887. E 48 
Privately printed. 

Davis, H. Chinese immigration; speech in 
the House of representatives, June 8, 1878. 
Wash. 1878. D 11 

Dee, M. J. Chinese immigration. [Cut from 
the North American review, June, 1878 ] 

D 11 
Parwell, W. B. Chinese at home and abroad ; 
with the report of the special committee of the 
board of supervisors of San Francisco on the 
condition of the Chinese quarter. San. Fran. 
1885. C 38 

Pisher, W. M. The Californians. L. 1876. 
[p. 50-68. Their Chinese.] C 46 

Gibson, O. Chinese in America. Cin. 1877. 

C42 
Henshaw, Sarah E. California housekeepers 
and Chinese servants. [Cut from Scribner's 
monthly, Sept., 1876.] D 11 

Hundley, D. R. Traffic in coolies. [Cut from 
Hunt's merchants' magazine, May, 1857.] 

D 11 
Nye, G., jr. The coolie question in 1856-62 ; a 
brief vindication. Hongkong. 1869. D 10 
Raymond, W. J. Horrors of the Mongolian 
settlement, San Francisco, Cal. B. n. d. 

C40 
Remarks of the Chinese merchants of San 
Francisco upon Gov. Bigler's message and some 
common objections; with some explanations of 
the character of the Chinese companies and the 
laboring class in California. San. Fran. 1855. 

D 10 
Sala, G. A. America revisited. 2 v. L. 1883. 
[v. 2, p. 220-273. China Town, (San Francis- 
co).] C47 
San Francisco. Report of the special commit- 
tee of the board of supervisors on the condition 
of the Chinese quarter and the Chinese in San 
Francisco. San Fran. 1885. C 36 
Sargent, A. A. Immigration of Chinese; 
speech in the Senate of the U. 8., May 2, 1876. 

Dll 
Seward, G. F. Chinese immigration in its so- 
cial and economical aspects. N. Y. 1881. 

C43 
Speer, W. China and California; their rela- 
tions, past and present ; a lecture. San Fran. 
1853. D 10 



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Swinton, J. Chinese-American question. N. Y. 
1870. D 10 

Towusend, L. T. Chinese problem. B. 1S76. 

C35 
United States. Congress. Report of the joint 
special committee to investigate Chinese immi- 
gration. Wash. 1877. C 30 
United States. President. Message returning 
the bill entitled "An act to execute certain treaty 
stipulations relating to Chinese," -with his ob- 
jections thereto ; with docnmeuts added. Wash. 
1882. Box B 7 
Vivian, T. J. John Chinaman in San Fran- 
cisco. [Cut from Scribner's monthly, Oct., 
1876.] D 11 
Williams, S. W. Chinese immigration. X. Y. 
1879. C 18 
"Woltor, R. Short and truthful lrktory of the 
taking of California and Oregon by the Chinese, 
A. D. 1899. San Fran. 1882. C 33 



Language. 

Adelung, J. C. Notions ge"nerales sur lalauuue 
chiuoise tiroes de l'ouvrage allemand intituled 
Mithridates. [Cut from magazine.] D 12 

Borel, A. Oratio dominicalis Sinica; l'oraison 
domiuicale en langue chinoise ou Kouan Hoa ; 
specimen prsecursorium. 1S78. D 8 

The Lord's prayer in various dialects. 
Douglas, R. K. Language and literature of 
China. L. 1875. C 103 

DuPonceau, Jb\ S. Dissertation on the nature 
and character of the Chinese system of writing ; 
a vocabulary of the Cochinchinese language, by 
J. Morrone ; and a Cochinchinese and Latin dic- 
tionary. Phil. 1838. C 154 
Edkins, J. Evolution of the Chinese language 
as exemplifying the origin and growth of human 
speech. L. 1888. C 96 

— Influence of Chinese dialects on the Japanese 
pronunciation of the Chinese part of the Japa- 
nese language. [Cut from magazine.] D 18 

— On diphthongs in the Chinese language. 1872. 

D 18 
Kidd, S. Lecture ou the nature and structure 
of the Chinese language. L. 1838. C 97 

Meadows, T. T. Translations from the ilun- 
chu ; with the original texts, prefaced by an es- 
say ou the langimge. Canton. 1849. C 100 
Pickering, J. Cochin-Chinese language. [Cut 
from the North American review, April, 1841.] 

Box A3 
Premare, J. H. Notitia lingua? Sinica?; tr. by 
J. O. Bridgman. Canton 18+7. C 84 

Summers, J. Lecture on the Chinese language 
aud literature. L. 1853. D 1 3 

Webb, J. Historical essay endeavoring a 
probability that the language of the empire of 
China is the primitive language. L. 1669. 

C79 
Welsford, H. Mithridates minor; or, An es- 
say on language L. 1818. [p. 43-52. Spoken 
language of China, p. 2.'4-231. The Mantchoux 
or Eastern Tartars.] C 150 



Dictionaries. 

Bonney, S. W. Vocabulary, with colloquial 
phrases, of the Canton dialect. Canton. 1854. 

C 93 
Callery, J. M. Encyclopedia of the Chinese 
language. L. 1842. D 4 

Prospectus. 

Eitol, E. J. Chinese dictionary in the Cantonese 
dialect, v. 1-2. L. 1877. C 74 

Giles, H. A. On some translations and mis- 
translations in Dr. William's Syllabic dictionary 
of the Chinese language. Amoy. 1879. C 78 
Morrison, R. Dictionary of the Chinese lan- 
guage. Shanghai. 1879. C 75 
Williams, S. W. English and Chinese vocab- 
ulary in the court dialect. Macao. 1844. 

C 77 

Grammars and Elementary Manuals. 

Adam, L. Grammaire de la langue Tongouse. 
Paris. [1873.] D 8 

Ball, J. D. Cantonese made easv. Hougkong. 
1883. C 81 

— Easy sentences in the Hakka dialect ; with a 
vocabulary. Hongkong. 1881. C 80 

Dean, W. First lessons in the Tie-chiw dialect. 
Bankok, Siam. 1841. C 164 

Foster, A. Elementary lessons in Chinese. L. 
1887. C 92 

Hernisz, S. Guide to conversation in the 
English and Chinese languages. B. 1854. 

C89 
Marshman, J. Elements of Chinese grammar ; 
and an app. containing the Ta-hyoh of Confu- 
cius, with a translation. Serampore. 1814. 

C160 
The half-title and outside title is ClavU Sinica. 

Moriee, A. Etude sur deux dialectes de l'lndo- 
Chine ; les Tiams et les Stiengs (Cochinchine et 
Cambodge). Paris. 1S75. D 8 

Rosny, L. de. Grammar of the Chinese lan- 
guage. L. 1S74. D 19 
Preliminaries, 48 pages. 

Schott, W. Chinesische sprachlehre. Berlin. 
1857. D 3 

Summers, J. Rudiments of the Chinese lan- 
guage; with dialogues, exercises, and a vocab- 
ulary. L. 1864. C 90 
Wade, T. F. Hsin Ching Lu ; or, Book of ex- 
periments ; the first of a series of contributions 
to the study of Chinese. Hongkong. 1859. 

D 24 

Characters, 

Andrews, S. P. Discoveries in Chinese ; or, 
The symbolism of the primitive characters of 
the Chinese system of writing. N. Y. 1854. 

C 94 
Chalmers, J. Account of the structure of 
Chinese characters under 300 primary forms. L. 
1882. C 82 

Chase, P. E. Chinese and Indo-European roots 
and analogues. [Phil. 1861.] [American phil- 
osophical society. Proceedings.] C 15 



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Cibot, P. M. Lettre de Pekin sur le genie de 
la langue chinoise et la nature de leur ecriture 
symbolique comparee avec celle des anciens 
Egyptiens. Bruxelles. 1773. C 95 

Hager, J. Explanation of the elementary char- 
acters of the Chinese ; with an analysis of their 
ancient symbols and hieroglyphics. L. 1801. 

C 99 

Marshraan, J. Dissertation on the characters 
and sounds of the Chinese language ; including 
tables of the elementary characters and of the 
Chinese monosyllables. [Serampore. 1809.] 

C104 
Morton, C. Extract from the journals of the 
Royal society, June 23, 1768; [connection be- 
tween writing of China and Egypt; cut from 
magazine]. D 14 

Tai Tung. The six scripts ; a translation, by 
L. C. Hopkins. [Amoy.] 1881. C 91 

Vrooman, D. Phonetic alphabet for the Can- 
ton dialect of the Chinese language. 

BoxB 4 



For Chinese to learn English. 



Loomis, A. W. 
N. Y. [1872.] 



English and Chinese lessons. 
C 88 



Pidgin-English. 

Lei and, C. G. Pidgin-English sing-song; or, 
SouiiS and stories in the China-English dialect ; 
with a vocabulary. Phil. 1876 C 113 



Literature. 



Confucius. TaHeo; or, The great study; [a 
manuscript translation of the Great learning]. 

D 1 

— Tchong-yong ; der unwandelbare seelengrund ; 
tibersetzt von R. von Plaenckner. Leipsig. 1878. 

E24 
Lao-tse. Le livre des recompenses et des 
peines; en chlnois et en francais; accompagne 
de 400 legendes, anecdotes, et histoires ; tr. par 
S. Julien. Paris. 1835. E 5 

Leggo, J. Life and works of Mencius. Phil. 
1875. E 42 

Legge, J., tr. Chinese classics; pt. 1, Confu- 
cius ; pt. 2, Mencius. N. Y. 1875. E 32 

— Chinese classics ; with a translation, critical 
and exegetical notes, prolegomena, and copious 
indexes. 2 v. Hongkong. 1861. E 35 
Contents.— v. 1. Confucius, v. 2. Mencius. 

— Sacred books of China; the texts of Confu- 
cianism, pt. 2. The Yi king. Oxford. 1882. 
[Sacred books of the East; ed. by F. M. Miiller. 
v. 16.] E 41 

— Sacred books of China; the texts of Taoism. 
2 v. Oxford. 1891. [Sacred books of the East; 
ed. by F. M. Miiller. v. 39-40.] E 41 
Morrison, R. Chinese and English phrases 
selected from Morrison's dictionary; quotations 
from the Chinese classics literally translated. 
Shanghai. 1879. C 137 
Shi king. Books of Chinese poetry; the collec- 
tion known as the Shih ching, or Classic of 
poetry ; metrically translated, by C. F. R. Allen. 
L. 1891. C 172 

— She king; or, The book of ancient poetry; 
tr. into English verse, with essays and notes, by 
J. Legge. L. 1876. E 43 



History and Criticism. 

Analysis of works; [a review of two trans- 
lations from the Chinese by S. Jnlien ; cut from 
magazine]. D 19 

Davis, Sir J. F. Poeseos Sinicse commentnrii; 
the poetry of the Chinese. L. 1870. C 162 
Haven, G. Grisebach's study of a Chinese 
novel ; [a review ; cut from the North American 
review, July, 1877]. D 11 

Mayers, W. F. Chinese reader's manual ; a 
handbook of biographical, historical, mytholog- 
ical, and general literary reference. Shanghai. 
1874. C 85 

Schott, W. Entwurf eiuer beschreibung der 
chinesischen litteratur. Berlin. 1854. 

C 163 

Chinese Classics. 

Confucius. The four books ; or, The Chinese 
classics ; in English [by J. Legge] and Chinese 
texts ; arranged precisely according to the pages 
of the Chinese text, by a Chinese compiler. 6 v. 
Printed at a private press. Ho-nan. 1871. 

D28 

Contents.— v. 1-3. Works of Confucius, v. 4-6. Works 
of Mencius. 

— Confucius et Mencius ; les quatres livres de 
philosophie morale et politique de la Chine ; tr. 
par G. Pauthier. Paris. 1852. E 27 



Translations from the Chinese. 

See also under Chinese Classics. 

Affectionate pair ; or, The history of Sung- 
kin; tr. by P. P. Thorns. L. 1820. C 133 

Anecdotes chinoises, etc. [? Paris. 1773.] 
t. p. w. C 122 

This appears to be a volume of a set called Anecdotes 
orientales. 

Chinese poem inscribed on porcelain in the 33d 
year of the cycle, A. D. 1776; with a double 
translation and notes, by S. Weston. L. 1816. 

C133 
Chinese widow ; tr. by S. Birch. L. 1872. 

D13 
Davis, J. F., ed. Hien-wun-shoo ; Chinese 
moral maxims ; with a free and verbal transla- 
tion. L. 1823. C 135 
Douglas, R. K. Chinese stories. Edin. 1893- 

C173 
Fortunate union ; a romance ; added, A Chinese 
tragedy ; tr. by Sir J. F. Davis. 2 v. L. 1829. 

C 119 
Giles, H A. Gems of Chinese literature. L. 
1884. C 140 

Hau kiou choaan ; or, The pleasing history. 4 
v. L. 1761. B 18 

Same as Fortunate union. 

Hearn, L. Some Chinese ghosts. B. 1887. 

C 124 



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Hervey de Saint-Deny s, M. J. L., marquis d', 
tr. Poesies de l'epoque des Thang ; avec une 
fitude sur 1' art poetique en Chine. Paris. 1862. 

C 111 
Hwa tsien ki ; The flowery scroll ; a Chinese 
novel ; tr. by Sir J. Bowring. L. 1868. 

C117 
Kiu-youen. Le Li-sao; poeme du Hie siecle 
avant notre ere; tr., avec le texte original, par 
le marquis d'Hervey de Saint-Denys. Paris. 
1870. C 139 

liaou-seng-urh; or, An heir in his old age ; a 
Chinese drama; [tr. by Sir J . F. Davis]. L. 
1817. C115 

Morrison, R. Horse Sinicae; translations from 
the popular literature of the Chinese. L. 1812. 

C 87 
Motile, A. E., ed. and tr. Chinese stories for 
boys and girls. L. 1880. C 127 

F'u Sung-ling. Strange stories from a Chi- 
nese studio; tr. and annotated, by H. A. Giles. 
2 v. L. 1880. C 128 

Rambles of the Emperor Ching Tih in Keang 
Nan; a Chinese tale; tr. by Tkin Shen. N. Y. 
[1843.] D 10 

Bochet, L. Sentences, maximes, et proverbes 
mantchoux et mongols; [Chinese and French]. 
Paris. 1875. C 166 

Bosny, L. de. Tchoung-hoa Kou-Kin tsaii; 
textes chinois anciens et modernes ; tr. pour la 
premiere fois dans une langue europeenne; 
[Chinese and French.] Paris. 1874. C 185 
Scarborough, W., ed. Collection of Chinese 
proverbs; with introduction, notes, and index. 
Shanghai. 1875. C 136 

Stent, G. C, ed. and tr. Entombed alive and 
other songs, ballads, etc. L. 1878. C 129 

— Jade chaplet in 24 beads ; a collection of 
songs, ballads, etc. L. 1874. C 130 

Thorn, R. Chinese speaker ; or, Extracts from 
works written in the Mandarin language as 
spoken at Peking ; [English and Chinese] . v. 1. 
Ningpo. 1846. C 83 

Wang Keaou Lwan pih n6en chang han ; or, The 
lasting resentment of Miss Keaou Lwan Wang ; 
a Chinese tale; tr. by Sloth [R. Thom]. Can- 
ton. 1839. C 131 

Folklore. 

Dennys, N. B. Folk-lore of China and its af 
flnities with that of the Aryan and Semitic races- 
L. 1876. C 134 



Religion and Philosophy. 

General Works, Confucianism and Taouism. 

Chow Tsze. Thai-kih-thu, des Tscheu-tsii tafel 
des urprinzipes mit Tschu-hi's commentare nach 
dem Hoh-pih-sing-li Chinesisch mit Mandschuis- 
cher und Deutscher tibersetzung einleitung und 
ammerkungen herausgegeben von G. von der 
Gabelentz. Dresden. 1876. D 7 

Chuang Tzu. Chuang Tzii, mystic, moralist, 
and social reformer; tr. from the Chinese, by 
H. A. Giles. L. 1889. E 34 



Clarke, J. F. Confucius and the Chinese; or, 
The prose of Asia. [Cut from the Atlantic 
monthly, Sept., 1869.] D 11 

Conway, M. D. Sacred anthology; a book 
of ethnical scriptures. N. Y. 1874. E 23 

Douglas, R. K. Confucianism and Taouism. 
L. 1879. [Non- Christian religious systems.] 

E30 
Du Bose, H. C. Dragon, image, and demon; 
or, The three religions of China, Confucianism, 
Buddhism, and Taoism. N. Y 1887. E 1 

Edkins, J. Religion in China ; a brief account 
of the three religions of the Chinese. B. 1878. 

E45 
Eitel, E. J. Feng-shui; or, The rudiments of 
natural science in China. Hongkong. 1873. 

C 145 
Faber, E. Die grundgedanken des alten chi- 
nesischen socialisinus oder die lehre des philos- 
ophen Micius. Elberfeld. 1877. D 9 

— Introduction to the science of Chinese relig- 
ion; a critique of Max Miiller and other authors. 
Hongkong. [1879.] E 12 

— Lehrbegriff des Confucius. Hongkong. 1872. 

D9 

— Mind of Mencius ; or, Political economy 
founded upon moral philosophy ; a systematic di- 
gest of the doctrines of Mencius. B. 1882. 

E47 

— Quellen zu Confucius und dem Confucian- 
ismus, als einleitung zum Lehrbegriff des Con- 
fucius. Hongkong. 1873. D 9 

— Systematical digest of the doctrines of Con- 
fucius. Hongkong. 1875. E 26 
A translation of his Quellen and Lehrbegriff. 

Faiths of the world; St. Giles' lectures. N. Y. 
1882. [p. 61-90. Religion of China ; Confucian- 
ism; by G. Matheson.] E 7 
Hager, J. Pantheon chinois ; ou, Parallele en- 
tre le culte religieux des grecs et celui des chi- 
nois. Paris. 1806. F 83 
Hardwick, C. Christ and other masters. L. 
1875. [p. 267-346, Religions of China.] E 6 
Helman, I. S. Abre'ge' historique des princi- 
paux traits de la vie de Confucius ; orne de 24 
estampes. Paris, n. d. E 31 
Johnson, J. E. Chinese on the doctrine of total 
depravity. [Cut from Universalist quarterly, 
1870.] D 21 
Johnson, S. Oriental religions and their rela- 
tion to universal religion ; China. B. 1878. E 40 
Kang-he, emperor of China. Sacred edict ; con- 
taining 16 maxims of the Emperor Kang-he, am- 
plified by his son, the Emperor Yoong-ching; 
tr from the Chinese original, by W. Milne. L. 
1817. E9 

— Sacred edict ; [a review ; cut from the Ana- 
lectic magazine, April, 1819]. D 11 

— Sheng ii Siang chai ; or, Chinese historical il- 
lustrations republished in reduced form. Shang- 
hai. 1879. E 8 ; D 27 
These illustrations were prepared to accompany the 
author's Sacred edict. 

Lao-tse. Speculations on metaphysics, polity, 
and morality of "the old philosopher" Lau- 
tsze; tr. from the Chinese, by J. Chalmers. L- 
1868. E 15 



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BOOKS ON CHINA. 



Legge, J. Religions of China; Confucianism 
and Taoism described and compared with Chris- 
tianity. L. 1880. E 44 
Lieh Tsze. Der naturalismus bei den alten 
Chinesen sowohl nach der seite des pantheismus 
als des sensualismus oder die sammtlichen werke 
des philosophen Licius; iibersetzt und erklart 
von E Faber. Elberfeld. 1877. D 9 
Loomis, A. W., ed. Confucius and the Chi- 
nese classics. San Fran. 1882. E 29 
Martin, L. A. Histoire de la morale ; pt. 1 , La 
morale chez les Chinois. Paris. 1859. C 144 
Flath, J. H. Confucius und seiner schiiler 
leben und lehren. II. Leben des Confucius, 2. 
III. Die schiiler des Confucius. Munich. 1871- 
73. . D 3 
Tela, J. , ed. Life and morals of Confucius ; 
reprinted from the edition of 1691, and edited by 
J. Tela. Ed. 2. L. 1818. E 25 
Yates, M. T. Ancestral worship and Fung- 
Shuy. Shanghai. 1867. D 19 
— Same. Revised ed. Shanghai. 1878. D 20 



Buddhism. 

Asvaghosha Bodhisattva. Fo-sho-hing-tsan- 
kin<: ; a life of Buddha ; tr. by S. Beal. Oxford. 
1883. [Sacred books of the East; ed. by F. M. 
Miiller. v. 19.] E 41 

Beal, S. Catena of Buddhist scriptures from 
the Chinese. L. 1871. E 37 

— Romantic legend of Sakya Buddha ; from the 
Chinese-Sanscrit. L. 1875. E 38 
Buddhist Mahayana texts. 2 pts in 1 v. Ox- 
ford. 1894. [Sacred books of the East; ed. by 
F. M. Miiller. v. 49.] E 41 

Dhammapada. Texts from the Buddhist 
canon; tr. from the Chinese, by S. Beal. B. 
1878. E 46 

Edkins, J. Chinese Buddhism. B. 1880. 

E 39 
Eitel, E. J. Buddhism; its historical, theoret- 
ical, and popular aspects ; in 3 lectures. L. 1873. 

E 19 

— Hand-book for the student of Chinese Bud- 
dhism. L. 1870. E 20 
Gutzlaff, C. On the present state of Buddhism 
in China. [? 1851.] D 21 
Neumann, C. F., tr. Catechism of the Sha- 
mans ; or, The laws and regulations of the 
priesthood of Buddha in China. L. 1831. 

E 14 
Waddell, L. A. Buddhism of Tibet or Lnma- 
ism. L. 1895. E 49 

Judaism. 

Finn, J. Jews in China. L. 1843. 



E21 



Christianity. 



American board of commissioners for foreign 
missions. China; claims upon Christians in 
America, social condition, openings for Christian 
effort, etc. B. 1867. Box A 1 



Bainbridge, W. F. Around the world tour of 
Christian missions. B. 1882. [p. 139-245.] 

P56 
Blaikie, W. G. William Burns, the missionary 
to China. [Cut from the Sunday magazine, 
March 1, 1870.] D 11 

Bryson, Mrs. Mary F. John Kenneth Mac- 
kenzie, medical missionary to China. Ed. 2. 
N. Y. n. d. F 234 

China. [Cut from Religious tract society. Ju- 
bilee memorial. L. 1850.] D 21 
Davis, J. A. Choh Lin; the Chinese boy who 
became a preacher. Phil. [1884.] C 118 
Death blow to corrupt doctrines ; a plain state- 
ment of facts; published by the gentry and peo- 
ple, tr. from the Chinese. Shanghai. 1870. E4 
Against Christian missions. 

Ellis, W., ed Christian keepsake and mission- 
ary annual. L. 1835. [p. 107-121. Account of 
Leang Afa, native missionary in China, by W. 
Ellis.] F 6 

Fagg, 3. G. Forty years in South China; the 
life of Rev. John Van Nest Talmage, X). X>. 
N Y. [1894.] B 82 

Guinness, Geraldine. In the far East ; letters 
from China. L. [1889.] F 230 

Henry, B. C. Cross and the dragon; or, Light 
in the broad East. N. Y. [1885.] E 22 

Hue, E. R., l'abbe. Christianity in China, Tar- 
tary, and Thibet. 3 v. L. 1857-58. E 33 

Kesson, J. Cross and the dragon; or, The 
fortunes of Christianity in China. L. 1854. 

E 2 
Knowlton, M. J. China as a mission field. 
Phil, n d. D 13 

Lockman, J., ed. Travels of the Jesuits into 
various parts of the world, particularly China 
and the East Indies. 2 v. L. 1762. 

v. 1 and 2 of F 117 
IiOvett, R., eel. James Gilmour of Mongolia; 
his diaries, letters, and reports. N. Y. n. d. 

F241 
Milne, W. Retrospect of the first 10 years of 
the protestant mission to China (now, in connec- 
tion with the Malay, denominated the Ultra- 
Ganges missions) . Malacca. 1820. E 13 
Morris, T. M. Winter in North China. L. 1892. 

F 237 
Reformation of missionary enterprise in Chi- 
na. Amoy. 1879. D 20 

Shanghai missionary conference. Report of 
the conference held May, -1890. Shanghai. 1890. 

BoxB 8 
Society for promoting female education in the 
East. Female agency among the heathen L. 
1850. s E 3 

Ten commandments ; Lord's prayer ; The creed ; 
[in English and Chinese]. Box B 6 

Travels of several learned missioners of the 
Society of Jesus into divers parts of the Archi- 
pelago, India, China, and America; tr. from the 
French original. L. 1714. v. 3 of F 117 

Tyerman, D., and Bennet, G. Journal of 
voyages and travels in the South Sea islands, 
China, India, etc., 1821-29. 3 v. B. 1832. I~v. 
3, p. 59-72.] jt 4 



BOOKS ON CHINA. 



15 



Term Question, 

Controversies upon the translation of the word 
" God " into Chinese. 

Chalmers, J. Question of terms simplified; 
or, The meanings of sham, ling, and ti in Chi- 
nese made plain by induction. Canton. 1876. 

C 103 
Happer, A. P. Is the Shang-Ti of the Chinese 
classics the same being as Jehovah of the sacred 
Scriptures? What being is designated Shang- 
Ti in the Chinese classics and in the ritual of the 
state religion of China? by Inquirer. Shanghai. 
1877. D22 

Legge, J. Notions of the Chinese concerning 
God and spirits ; with an examination of the 
Defense of an essay on the proper rendering of 
the words Elohim and Theos into the Chinese 
language, by W. J. Boone. Hongkong. 1852. 

E 11 
Malan, S. C. Who is God in China, Shin or 
Shang-te? L. [1855.] E 10 

Smith, G., bp. of Victoria. National religion 
of China as illustrative of the proper word for 
translating "God" into the Chinese language. 
Shanghai. 1853. D 21 

Tomlin, J. Shin v. Shang-Te; antagonistic 
versions of the Chinese scriptures ; a review of 
the controversy and statement of the evidence 
showing a large majority for Shin; by a life 
member of the Bible society of thirty years' 
standing. L. 1854. D 21 



Industries. 

China. Imperial maritime customs. Silk. 
Shanghai. 1881. [Special ser. , no. 3 ] C 59 
Hervey de Saiiit-Denys, M. J. L. , marquis d'. 
Eecherches sur 1'agriculture et l'horticulture des 
Chinois. Paris. 1850. C 105 

Julien, S. A. Industries anciennes et modernes 
de l'empire chinois. Paris. 1869. C 19 

Kang-he, emperor of China. Culture of rice 
illustrated; Manufacture of silk illustrated, tak- 
en from the " Keng-Chih-Tou ; or, Agriculture 
and silk illustrated,' 5 ' published in 1796 ; [in Chi- 
nese, English and French.] 2 v. in 1. Shang- 
hai, n. d. D 39 

— Same. [In Chinese.] Box G 3 

— [Culture of rice illustrated ; in Chinese.] 

D 37 

— Silk illustrated. [In Chinese, English, and 
French.] D 38 

C169 
C170 



[Specimens of Chinese cloth.] 
[Specimens of Chinese paper.] 

Tea. 

Ball, S. Account of the cultivation and manu- 
facture of tea in China. L. 1848. C 69 
Bell, A. N. Tea. [Cut from Hunt's merchants' 
magazine, Nov., 1858.] D 11 
Fortune, R. Journey to the tea countries of 
China: including Sung-lo and the Bohea hills. 
L. 1852. F 142 
Houssaye, J. G. Monographie du the. Paris. 
1843. C 174 



Eeade, A. Tea and tea drinking. L. 1884. 

C 71 
Stables, W. G. Tea; the drink of pleasure and 
of health. L. n. d. C 72 

[Tea culture; 12 colored pictures on rice pa" 
per.] Box A 10 

Ti Ping Koon, pseud.? Death in the tea pot. L. 
1874. C 70 

Tileston, W. M. Trip to the tea country. [Cut 
from magazine dated Feb., 1878.] D 11 

Opium. 

Allen, N. Essay on the opium trade as carried 
on in India and China. B. 1850. C 62 

— Same. Ed. 2. Lowell. 1853. C 63 

Brereton, W. H. Truth about opium. L. 1882. 

C61 
Chinese opium-smoker ; 12 illustrations repro- 
duced from the Chinese. L. n. d. C 67 
Documents relating to opium, etc., republished 
from the Chinese repository. [Canton.] 1837. 

C66 
Edkins, J. Opium; or, The poppy iu China. 
Shanghai. 1889. [China. Imperial maritime 
customs. Special ser., no. 13 ] Box A 14 

Moule, A. E. Use of opium and its bearing on 
the spread of Christianity in China. Shanghai. 
1877. C 68; D20 

Shuck, J. L. Portfolio Chinensis; a collection 
of authentic Chinese state papers [in Chinese] ; 
with a translation, notes, and introduction. 
Macao. 1840. C 27 

On the opium trade. 

Thelwall, A. S. Iniquities of the opium trade 
with China. L. 1839. C 65 



Chinese Science. 

Gaubil, A. Histoire de l'astronomie chinoise, 
avec des dissertations; Traite del' astronomie 
chinoise. [Forming v. 2-3 of the Observations 
mathematiques, etc., ed. by E. Souciet.] Paris. 
1732. C 156 

Hugo, Comte L. La the"orie hugodScimale ; ou, 
La base scientifique et definitive de l'arithmo-lo- 
gistique universelle. Paris. 1877. D 4 

Souciet, E., ed. Observations mathematiques, 
astronomiques, geographiques, chronologiques, 
et physiques, tiroes des anciens livres chinois. 
3v.ini. Paris. 1729-32. C 156 



Natural History. 

Bentham, G. Flora Hongkongensis ; a descrip- 
tion of the flowering plants and ferns of the 
island of Hongkong. L. 1861. C 106 

Birds of China ; [colored illustrations on rice 
paper]. Box All 

Collingwood, C. Rambles of a naturalist on 
the shores and waters of the China Sea, 1866-67. 
L. 1868. P 169 

Donovan, E. Natural history of the insects of 
China; a new edition, ed. by J. 0. Westwood. 
L. 1842. C 107 

With fine colored plates. 



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BOOKS ON CHINA. 



Pauvel, A. A. Alligators in China; their his- 
tory, description, and identification. Shanghai. 
1879. C 109 

Japan. Organization of the meteorological 
system in Japan. Tokio. 1893. Box C 4 

Kingsmill, T. W. Border lands of geology and 
history; an inaugural address. Shanghai. 1877. 
[Royal Asiatic society. North-China branch.] 

D 16 
Lindley, J. Xcones plantarum sponte China 
nascentium ; e bibliotheca Braamiaua excerptse. 
30 colored plates. L. 1821. C 168 

Richthofen, F. von. China; ergebnisse eigener 
reisen und darauf gegriindeter studien. 2 v. 
Berlin. 1877-82. F 80 

Geology of China. 

Medicine. 

China. Imperial maritime customs. Medical 
reports for the half-year ended 31st March, 1881. 
21st issue. Shanghai. 1881. [Special ser., no. 
2.] C 10 

Culin, S. Chinese drug stores in America. 
[Reprinted from the Journal of pharmacv, Dec , 
1887.] Box A 6 

Dudgeon, J. Diseases of China ; their causes, 
conditions, and prevalence, contrasted with those 
of Europe. Glasgow. 1877. D 20 

Gordon, C. A. China from a medical point of 
view in 1860 and 1861. L. 1863. F 24 

— Epitome of the reports of the medical officers 
to the Chinese Imperial maritime customs ser- 
vice, 1871-82. L. 1884. C 12 
Hanbury, D. Science papers chiefly pharma- 
cological and botanical. L. 1876. [p. 209-277. 
Notes on Chinese materia medica.] C 108 
Henderson, J. Shanghai hygiene; or, Hints 
for the preservation of health in China. Shang- 
hai. 1863. C 14 
Lockhart, W. Medical missionary in China; 
a narrative of 20 years' experience. L. 1861. 

F30 
Stent, G. C. Chinesische eunuchen. Leipzig, 
n. d. D 7 

Wilson, J. Medical notes on China. L. 1846. 

C 11 

Law. 

Chinese justice. [Cut from theAnalectic mag- 
azine, Oct., 1819.] D 11 
Giles, H .A. Historic China. L. 1882. [p. 125- 
232. Penal code of the present dynasty ; Lan 
Lu-chow's criminal cases.] B 31 
Henderson, J. J. International court for 
China. Shanghai. 1879. C 17 
Mollendorff, P. G. von. Family law of the 
Chinese and its comparative relations with that 
of other nations. Shanghai. 1879. C 24 
Parker, E. H. Comparative Chinese family 
law. Hongkong. 1879. C 20 
Smith, R. Fraser. Report of trial ; criminal 
prosecution for libel ; Regina (on complaint of 
J. M. Price) versus R. Fraser-Smith. Hongkong. 
1883. D 5 



Ta tsing leu lee ; the fundamental laws and a 
selection from the supplementary statutes of the 
penal code of China; ir. by Sir G. T. Staunton. 
L. 1810. C 25 

Tarrant, W. Digest and index of all the ordi- 
nances of the Hongkong government to 1849. 
Hongkong. 1850. C 28 

Wolfe, J. R. Wu Shin Shan trial ; report of 
the case of Chow Chang Kung, Lin King Ching, 
Loo King Fan, Sat Keok Min, directors of the 
Taou Shan Kwan temple, vs. J. R. Wolfe, of the 
Church -of England missionary society. Hong- 
kong. 1879. D 23 
Supplement to the Hongkong daily press. 

Army. 

Upton, E. Armies of Asia and Europe. N. Y. 
1878. [p. 13-32.] B 56 

Money and Coins. 

Hager, J. Description des medailles chinoises 
du Cabinet imperial de France; precedee d'un 
essai de numismatique chinoise. Paris. 1805. 

C3 
Huttmann, W. Copper and paper money of 
China. [Cut from magazine.] D 21 

Kien Lung, emperor of China. Ch'in ting ch'ien 
lu ; or, Record of Chinese coins ; published under 
imperial instructions, 1750; [in Chinese]. 4 v. 
Ningpo. 1880. D 25 

Vissering, W. On Chinese currency ; coin and 
paper money. Leiden. 1877. C 22 

Williams, J. Notice of three Chinese silver 
medals. L. 1861. D 21 

Fine Arts. 

Chambers, W. Designs of Chinese buildings, 
furniture, dresses, machines, and utensils; 
[with] a description of their temples, houses, 
gardens, etc. L. 1757. C 1Q7 

Pergusson, J. History of Indian and Eastern 
architecture. L. 1876. [p. 685-710.] C 8 

Hongkong sketching club. Art conversazione, 
12th Dec, 1883. [Hongkong. 1883.] D 5 

Jones, O. Examples of Chinese ornament. L. 
1867. C 4 

Thorns, P. P. Dissertation on the ancient Chi- 
nese vases of the Shang dynasty, 1743-1496 B. C. 
L. 1851. C 110 

Music. 

Elson, L. C. Curiosities of music; ancient and 
savage nations. B. [1880.] [p. 114-200.] 

C 2 
Van Aalst, J. A. Chinese music. Shanghai. 
1884. [China. Imperial maritime customs. 
Special ser., no. 6.] C 1 

Costume. 

Alexander, W. Costume of China illustrated 
in 48 coloured engravings. L. 1805. P 85 

Mason, G. H. Costume of China illustrated by 
60 engravings ; with explanations in English and 
French. L. 1800. p 86; P 87 



BOOKS ON CHINA. 



17 



Games. 

Culin, S. Chinese games with dice. Phil. 1889. 

Box AS 



Education and Child Life. 

Bryson, Mrs. Mary I Child life in Chinese 
tomes. L. 1885. F 1 

Children of China. L. 1884. F 5 

Giles, H. A., tr. San Tzii Ching, or three char- 
acter classic, and the Ch'ien Tsfi W6n, or thou- 
sand character essay; metrically translated. 
Shanghai. 1873. C 138 

These two poems are the foundation ol Chinese educa- 
tion. 

Legge, J. Inaugural lecture on the constitut- 
ing of a Chinese chair in the University of Ox- 
ford ; delivered Oct. 27, 1876. Oxford. 1876. 

D 16; B 19 
■" Where Chineses drive"; English student-life 
at Peking; bv a student interpreter. L. 1885. 

Fieo 



Neighboring Countries. 



Mouhot, A. H. Travels in the central parts of 
Indo-China (Siam), Cambodia, and Laos, 1858- 
60. 2 v. L. 1861. F 202 



Bonvalot, G. Across Thibet. 



N. Y. [1892.] 
F235 



Conway, W. M. Climbing and exploration in 
the Karakoram-Himalayas. N. Y. 1894. 

F 247 
Herbert, Sir T. Relation of some yeares trav- 
aile begunne anno 1626, into Afrique and the 
greater Asia, especially the territories of the 
Persian monarchie. L. 1634. F 49 

Lay, G. T. Notes made during the voyage of 
the Himmaleh in the Malayan archipelago. N. Y. 
1839. [v. 2 of Claims of Japan and Malaysia 
"upon Christendom.] F 105 



Indo-Ohina. 

Anderson, J. English intercourse with Siam 
in the 17th century. L. 1890. [Triibner's Ori- 
ental ser.] B 75 
Colquhoun, A. R. Amongst the Shans ; with 
an historical sketch of the Shans, by H. S. Hal- 
lett ; preceded by an introduction on The cradle 
of the Shan race, by T. de Lacouperie. N. Y. 
1885. F 206 
— Truth about Tonquin; the Times special cor- 
respondence. L. [1884.] B 50 
Finlayson, G. Mission to Siam and Hue', the 
capital of Cochin China, in 1821-2; from [his] 
journal, with memoir, bv Sir T. S. Raffles. L. 
1826. F 123 
Hallett, H. S. Thousand miles on an elephant 
in the Shan States. Edin. 1890. F 226 
La Bissachere, P. J. L de. Etat actuel du 
Tunkin. de la Cochinchine, et des royaumes de 
Camboge, Laos, et Lac-tho. 2 v. Paris. 1812. 

B 35 



Norman, C. B 

East. L. 1884. 



Karens of the golden Cher- 
F229 



McMahon, A. R 
sonese. L. 1876. 
Mesny, W. Tungking. Hongkong. 1884 



B59 



Tonkin ; or, France in the far 
B49 

Roberts, E. Embassy to the eastern courts of 
Cochin-China. Siam, and Muscat, 1832-4. N. Y. 
1837. F 35 

Bost, R , ed. Miscellaneous papers relating to 
Indo-China ; reprinted for the Straits branch of 
the Royal Asiatic Society. 2 v. L. 1886. [Triib- 
ner's Oriental ser.] C 153 
Scott, J. G. (Sliway Yoe.) France and Tong- 
king ; the campaign of 1884 and the occupation 
of further India. L. 1885. B 48 
Staunton, S. A. War in Tong-King; why the 
French are in Tong-King and what they are do- 
ing there. B. 1884. Box A 8 
White, J. History of a voyage to the China 
Sea B. 1823. F 121 

Korea, 

Allen, H. N. Korean tales. N. Y. 1889. 

B 25a 
Carles, W. R. Life in Corea. L. 1888. 

B25 
Cavendish, A. E. J. Korea and the sacred 
White Mountain ; with an account of an ascent 
of the White Mountain, by H. E. Goold-Adams. 
L. 1894. F251 

D., A. W. Notes on Corea. Shanghai. 1884. 

B 28 
Frazar, E. Korea and her relations to China, 
Japan, and the U. S. Orange, N. J. 1884. 

B29 
Griffls, W. E. Corea, the hermit nation ; [with 
biblioj-raphy]. N. Y. 1882. B 27 

— Corea without and within ; with Hendrick 
Hamel's narrative of captivity and travels in 
Corea annotated. Phil. [1885.] B 30 

Hall, B. Account of a voyage to the west 
coast of Corea. Phil. 1818. F 252 

Lowell, P. Chosdn, the land of the morning 
calm ; a sketch of Korea. B. 1886. F 225 

Miln, Louise J. Quaint Korea. N. Y. 1895. 

F 256 
Oppert, E. Forbidden land; voyages to the 
Corea, with an account of its geography, history, 
etc. N. Y. 1880. B 23 

Boss, J- History of Corea. Paisley, n. d. 

B24 

Japan. 

Adams, W. Original letters of the English pi- 
lot, W. Adams, written from Japan between 
1611 and 1617; reprinted from the papers of the 
Hakluyt society. Yokohama. 1878. F 106 

Black, J. R- Young Japan; Yokohama and 
Yedo. 2 v. L. 1880-81. B 78 

Educational society of Japan. Short account 
of the Educational society of Japan. Tokyo. 
1892. Box C 3 

Japan. Commerce and industry, Bureau of. 
Details of the weights and measures exposed at 
the World's Columbian exposition. Tokyo. 1803. 
[1893. J Box C 2 



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BOOKS ON CHINA. 



Titsingh, I. Nipon o dai itsi ran ; on, An- 
nates des empereurs du Japon ; ed. par J. Klap- 
roth. Paris. 1834. B 70 

Siberia, etc. 

Anderson, G. C. Notes of a trip to the island 
of Saghaliu. Shanghai. 1881. Box C 1 

Atkinson, T. W. Orieutal and Western Siberia. 
N. Y. 1858. P 165 

— Travels in the regions of the upper and lower 
Amoor and the Russian acquisitions on the con- 
fines of India and China. L. 1860. F166 
Cochrane, J. D. Narrative of a pedestrian 
journey through Russia and Siberian Tartary, 
from the frontiers of China to the Frozen Sea 
and Kamtchatka, 1820-23. Phil. 1824. F 129 
Eden, C. H. Frozen Asia; a sketch of modern 
Siberia. L. [1879.] P 168 
Prejevalsky, N. From Knlja across the Tian 
Shan to Lob-nor. L. 1879. P 132 
Veer, G. de. True description of three voyages 
by the North-east towards Cathay and China by 
the Dutch, 1594-96. [under W. Barendsz] ; ed. 
by C. T. Beke. L. 1853. [Hakluyt society.] 

P 91 

Travels of Chinamen abroad. 

Pa-hien. Record o f the Buddhistic kingdoms ; 
tr. from the Chinese, by H. A. Giles. . L. n. d. 

E 17 

— Record of Buddhistic kingdoms ; an account 
by the Chinese monk, Fa-hien, of his travels in 
India and Ceylon, A. D. 399-414 ; tr. and anno- 
tated with a Corean recension of the Chinese 
text, by J. Legge. Oxford. 1886. E 18 

— Travels of Fah-Hian and Sung-Yun, Buddhist 
pilgrims, from China to India, 400 A.D. and 518 
A.D. ; tr. from the Chinese, by S. Beal. L. 1869. 

E16 
Goudar , A. Chinese spy ; or, Emissary from 
the court of Pekin commissioned to examine 
into the present state of Europe ; tr. from the 
Chinese. 6 v. in 3. Dublin. 1766. C 175 

Fictitious. 

Hiuen Tsang. Si-yu-ki ; Buddhist records of 
the western world; tr. from the Chinese, by S. 
Beal. 2 v. B. 1885. E 36 

Lelarj d, C. G. Fusang ; or. The discovery of 
America bv Chinese Buddhist priests in the 5th 
century. N. Y. 1875. C 37 

Ong-tae-hae. Chinaman abroad ; or, A desul- 
tory account of the Malayan archipelago, partic- 
ularly of Java; tr. [by W. H. Medhurst]. 
Shanghai. 1849. D 15 

Sykes, W. H. Notes on the religious, moral, 
and political state of India before the Mahome- 
dan invasion, chiefly founded on the travels of 
the Chinese Buddhist priest Fa Hian in India, 
A.D. 399 and on tbe commentaries of Messrs. 
Remusat, Klaproth, Burnouf, and Landresse. 
[Cut from magazine.] D 19 



Foreign Fiction and Poetry relating 

to China. 

Cynthia, a Chinese story, and other tales. 
Hongkong. 1879. C 123 



Dalton, W. John Chinaman; or, Adventures 
in Flowery Land. B. [1858.] C 120 

Also published under title Wolf -boy of China. 

Lindley, A. F. Cruise in Chinese waters; [the 
log of the Fortuna]. L. n. d. C 114 

Longfellow, H. W., ed. Poems of places; 
Asia. B. 1878. [p. 191-232. Chinese Empire.] 

C 112 
Sealy, T. H. Life in China; the porcelain tow- 
er; or. Nine stories of China; compiled from 
original sources, by T. T. T. Phil. 1842. 

C 132 
Stories from China. N. Y. n. d. C 126 



Miscellaneous. 

Chinese statesmen and state papers. [Cut 
from magazine dated March, 1871.] D 21 

Kwong Ki Chiu. Dictionary of English phrases, 
with illustrative sentences. N. Y. 1881. C 73 
Peep show. N. Y. n d. D 

Humorous. 

Plath, J. H. Die landwirthschaftder Chinesen 
und Japanesen im vergleiche zu der europaischen. 
pt. 1. Munich. 1874. D 7 

[Scrap albums of newspaper clippings, illustra- 
tions, etc.] 17 v. D 41 -D 53 ; D 56-D 59 
Simcox, Edith J. Primitive civilizations. 2 v. 
L. 1894. [v. 2, p. 1-395. Ownership in China.] 

B 80 
Thatcher, C. R. Hongkong distillery; arum 
burlesque. Hongkong. 1874. D 13 

[Typhoon of Sept. 22-23, 1874, Hongkong; 
newspaper clippings and photographs.] P 84 
What the Chinese really think of Europeans, 
by a native literate. [Cut from magazine dated 
March, 1871.] D 21 



Books in Chinese. 

Where the text is accompanied by a translation 
the work is entered above under its appropriate 
heading. 

Ban Shodo Chikuso, [artist]. Gaden; [Illus- 
trated book]. " D 30 
Bible. Box P 1 

— [New Testament.] Box P 2 

Used as state or copy book. 

— Sing Yok Chiong Cliti; [New Testament]. 
1868. Box D 1 

— Acts of the apostles, with marginal refer- 
ences; tr. into Chinese, by W. Dean. Hongkong. 
1847. Box D 2 
Bridgman, E. C. [History of America.] [Can- 
ton. 1844.] Box D 6 
Ho kan shin ka jin butsu ron ; [On the Chinese 
people]. Ed. 2. Box E 3 
Isaa; [Religious book]. Box P 3 
Ka yo rio yaku ; [Family useful good medicine] - 

BoxE 2 
Advertisement of Dr. Jayne's remedies. 

Kaban wago tsushio; [Christian book]. 

Box E 8 
Kai kan so kurei; [Custom duties]. Box E 7 



BOOKS ON CHINA. 



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Kien Lung, emperor of China. Ch'in ting ch'ien 
lu; or, Record of Chinese coins; published under 
imperial instructions, 1750. i v. Ningpo. 1880. 

D 25 
Ko ku shi ; [Chinese classic] . Box E 1 

Kocho choku sho chiyo zenzu ; [Chinese geog" 
raphy]. D 29 

Li Kien. Shi tsu ki; [Personal recollections 
of the Chinese rebellion]. Box E 4 

Milne, W. Kew she chay yen hing chin she ke ; 
[A true record of the doctrines and acts of the 
Saviour of the world] . Box D 3 

Printed at Malacca by members of the Ultra-Ganges 
mission. 

Rekidai meiyen dzusetsu; [Famous Chinese 
ladies of history]. 2 v. D 31 

Ten Sekisai, [artist]. Gaho; [Illustrated mag- 
azine of information], nos. 113-116, 120-133. 
Shanghai. 1887. Box E 5 

Published every ten days. 



Tozai yoko maigetsu tokiden; [Eastern and 
western ocean ; monthly statistics]. 2 pts. 

Box G 5 
Tsah she suh mei yueh tung ke chuen ; [a gen- 
eral monthly record, containing an investigation 
of the opinions and practices of society.] 

BoxG4 
Tsin seaou mun, tsow tslh loo keae lun ; [A dis- 
course concerning entering in at the strait gate 
and walking in the narrow road]. 

BoxD 5 
Printed at Malacca by members of the Ultra-Ganges 
mission. 

Word of welcome and warning for the Chinese 
in America. Box D 4 

Ya so seikio to ko ku bun ; [Christian prayer 
book]. BoxF4 

Chinese pamphlets not identified. 2 v. 

Box G 1 and 2 



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